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    Default Where do you buy your seasonings?

    I have been ordering my spices and herbs from the Spice Barn. I remember seeing a lot of folks ordering theirs on line form another place that deals in bulk spice. It was somebody's last name and I think it may have started with a T. I never wrote it down because I was sure I wouldn't forget it. I was wrong.

    Anybody know who I'm thinking about? I thought I might like to compare prices.

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    I use Spice Barn also - but you already knew that. I highly suggest the jalapeno powder, good stuff.
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    I had this place bookmarked...never used them, but some of the stuff looks pretty cool!
    Powdered honey???? Who woulda thunk it.
    http://www.naturesflavors.com/default.php?cPath=95

    I usually get my spices from Sams or Gordons Food Service store...I know, I'm probably paying way too much.
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    I have a local spice company within 10 miles of the house that get's anything I need and she also makes up my rubs in bulk. I'm getting 25 to 50 pounds at a time, she is making then up cheaper than I can. If there is a problem she handles it quickly and we are back to work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Butt Lover's View Post
    I use Spice Barn also - but you already knew that. I highly suggest the jalapeno powder, good stuff.
    I make my own jap and chipotle powder. Gotta do something with the garden excess.

    Quote Originally Posted by Joneser View Post
    I had this place bookmarked...never used them, but some of the stuff looks pretty cool!
    Powdered honey???? Who woulda thunk it.
    http://www.naturesflavors.com/default.php?cPath=95

    I usually get my spices from Sams or Gordons Food Service store...I know, I'm probably paying way too much.
    Not if they have things in the quantity you need.

    Quote Originally Posted by jminion View Post
    I have a local spice company within 10 miles of the house that get's anything I need and she also makes up my rubs in bulk. I'm getting 25 to 50 pounds at a time, she is making then up cheaper than I can. If there is a problem she handles it quickly and we are back to work.
    I'd like to find one of those here.

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    We use this site, mainly for loose teas, but they have quite an assortment of spices. We've also bought sesame seeds from them.

    If I remember correctly, their pricing is competative on the things we've bought. Pretty fast service, too.
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    I buy from Penderys. good selection
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    Thanx Jim. That's the one I was looking for I think.

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    Here's a blender/wholesaler in your neck of the woods...
    http://www.cedarhillseasonings.com
    Looks like they may do custom blends and private labeling.
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    I try to buy as much as I can from a small national chain called Penzeys. They have some stores in the area, and an internet and mail order business. The smell in the stores is unbelievable, and they have jars of everything so you can smell and sample. I just recycled my catalog. Twice a year, with the quarterly ccatalog, they send a coupan for a small jar of a new blend they come up with. This time it is either their Chili 3000 or 9000. I buy their smoked spanish paprika a pound at a time, as well as the hungarian half sharp, which has a bit of a kick to it.
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